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. >> a major search is underway for a missing ivy-league college stiewrngts last seen on his campus at brown university in prof providence, rhode island, measure a week ago and has not been heard from since. the search now expanded throughout the northeast. we go live to the new york city newsroom. >> shannon: hi, eric. the fbi has joined the search for sonny. they have expanded the search area to boston, new york, connect scekt and philadelphia. where he is from. the brown university student has been missing for eight days, last spotted leaving his narment providence, rhoads rode osaturdays, march 16,ats 11:00 in the morning. his girlfriend reported him missing 24 hours later. family, friends and law enforcement has canvassed the neighborhoods, looking for any clues as to where he could have gone. but besides his cell phone, credit card and i.d. that were found in his room, his mother said they have no idea where her son might be. >> we really don't know why he is. we have an outpouring of support from the brown community, friends from home, relatives from all over the country. we really mi
of their altitude before it was too late. >>> and the fbi is joining the search for a missing brown university student. the 22-year-old philosophy major has not been seen in more than one week. his cell phone, wallet and i.d. were found in the apartment he shared with other students. >>> in health news for you, if you're up feeding your baby at this hour, you want to hear this one. there's a new study that says parents are feeding their babies solid food too early. 40% of parents surveyed fed their children solid food at 4 months. the american academy of pediatrics recommends you wait until 6 months. early introduction of solid foods can increase your child's risk of obesity, diabetes and celiac disease. >> announcer: "early today" is brought to you by vagisil. bring yourself back. >>> earlier we told you about the deal reached in cyprus to secure a bailout this morning. so far it's having a positive impact on stocks around the globe. in the u.s., gasoline prices dropped three cents in the past two weeks. according to the lundberg survey, billings, montana, has the lowest price. chicago has th
first, orlando being second, jacksonville being eighth. ms. brown: people approach me about jobs. they're not talking to me about the deficit. they want to know what we're doing as far as putting the american people to work. can you expound upon that for me please? ms. fudge: absolutely. i thank the gentlelady. what we have done in this budget, not only did we put in $13 billion for work force training, for job corps, for dislocated workers, retraining, segment training but in total we have almost $500 billion worth of job creation built into our budget. more than any budget, more than any budget, whether it be the democratic caucus, the white house budget or the republican budget. we have doubled down on jobs in the c.b.c. budget. ms. brown: thank you, madam chair. mr. horsford: continuing on, as the chairwoman of the c.b.c. just talked about, the congressional black caucus budget is an alternative budget for the fiscal year 2014. it puts forth a plan that reduces the deficit by $2.8 trillion over the next decade and creates millions of jobs through significant investments toward job
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. bill: the governor of california has to make a decision. watch that on the desk of jerry brown. we're just getting rolling. there is a new battle over the health care law. some changes states are fighting to put in place. you can imagine the amount of confusion. we'll explain that to you. >> nice work if you get it. there is new government job out there one agency is creating. pays six figures a year. might check it out despite the punishing budge jubt cuts we're hearing about. bill: benghazi six months later. the six simple questions one lawmaker that the believes the administration is dodging. >> the fact we have four dead americans. was it a protest or guys out for a walk decided they would go kill some americans. what difference at this point does it make? usual breakfast sandwich. a lot more flavor. [ anouncer ] ihop's new griddle melts... made fresh and hot! hand crafted just for you. it's like a sexy sandwich. [ anouncer ] compare new griddle melts yourself. just $4. it's like a sexy sandwich. it's an epic breakfast sandwich. martha: crews are now cleaning up the scene of th
a very strong cup of coffee. >> reporter: that's mike brown, the founder and owner of what he calls the strongest cup of coffee in the world. he uses beans that give you twice the jolt, doubling the caffeine in your average cup. that's where he got the fame death wish. >> we're making the world's strongest coffee. can't call it puppies or kittens or anything like that. >> reporter: lots are talking about caffeine these days. monster energy drinks will soon begin listing caffeine content on its cans. here's how much caffeine we're talking about. right now a 16-ounce monster energy can has about 160 milligrams of caffeine. 16 ounces of starbucks coffee, about 330 milligrams. but the same amount of death wish coffee, about 660 milligrams of caffeine. >> for someone who drinks coffee all the time i don't think they'll notice much of a difference but if you're someone who doesn't drink coffee at all this could be a shock to the system. >> reporter: at his coffee shop in upstate new york, brown only sells the beans. he doesn't brew death wish coffee there, not yet and when i asked if he d
student she was last seen at the brown university campus march 16th. he was on an approved leave of absence from the rhode island college. cbs amazing race apologizing for what it calls insensitivity from last week's episode set in hanoi, vietnam. the memorial was the wreckage of an american bomber shot down during the vietnam war. listen to this. >> parts of last sunday's episode filmed in vietnam were insensitive to a group that is very important to us foundations veterans. we want to apologize to veterans particularly those who served in vietnam as well as family and any viewers offended by the broadcasting. >> that apology came at the beginning of last night's episode and was voiceed by the show's host phil keegan. that's what we want you to brew on today. you think the apology was enough? you can tweet them to us at fox friends first shoot us an email at foxfriendsfirst@foxnews.com. >>> a financial crisis in cyprus has been averted for now. the small mediterranean island has 13,000 dollar package loans last ditch with predators. it will keep it from collapsing. it will drast
before it was just too late. >>> and the fbi is joining the search for a missing brown university student. he hasn't been seen in more than a week. his cell phone, wallet and i.d. were all found in the apartment he shared with other students. >>> if you are up feeding your baby at this hour, you want to hear this. a new study says parents are feeding their babies solid food too early. 40% of parents surveyed fed their children solid food at 4 months. the american academy of pediatrics recommends that you wait until six months. early introduction of solid foods can increase your child's risk of obesity, diabetes and celiac disease. >>> earlierier we told you about the deal reached in cyprus to secure a bailout. so far it's having a positive impact on stocks around the globe. back here in the u.s., though, gasoline prices dropped 3 cents over the past two weeks according to the lundberg survey. billings, montana, has the lowest price and chicago has the highest at $4.10 a gallon. >>> the bid to take back dell and make it private again may backfire. competing bids from blackstone group and b
no sympathy for the brown v. board of education decision. when it was a crisis like little rock crisis, eisenhower did follow the law. he followed the constitution. he did what a five star general did. the hated this whole thing. anti-particularly didn't like adam clayton powell. he thought he was a demagogue. so i'm not sure what nixon's role in this, nixon was, you, nixon was very friendly with them because they kind of like each other. [inaudible] >> the issue was that he was actually influenced by advisers to him he won't be able to make a decisive decision not to include. so what i'm saying is that you feel as though nixon's personal politics towards african-americans during his administration were negatively affected by his advisors that surrounded him during that administration? >> i don't think the. you're talking presidents nixon, not vice president nixon spent but i'm talking about an event that happened during his vice presidential speeches are not aware of one or the other, i'm sorry. >> i think that richard nixon attitude towards african-americans were shaped by some assum
is there. things are dying. trees are dying. grass is brown and wildfires start and when the winds blow, those wildfires spread very, very quickly. >> that's not a good looking map. all right. chad myers, thank you. >>> want to check other top stories for you now. two people killed when their corporate jet crashed into a row of homes. it happened in south bend, indiana. two other passengers were able to survive this if you can believe it. a person on the ground was also injured in this wreck. national transportation safety board is already looking into this. >>> another carnival cruise nightmare. it's over. the carnival legend docked in tampa, florida, yesterday after technical problems hampered its speed. carnival offered full refunds to all passengers. this is the third carnival ship to have major problems in just the past month. >>> hundreds of hours are being wasted at work today and for the next few weeks as the ncaa men's basketball tournament bracket plays out. a lot of you and your co-workers are deciding today who will win this championship. happens every year. we get very exci
have the legal right to question the witnesses. >>> and the search now for a missing brown university student is expanding. he has not been seen now for ten days. police in providence, rhode island, they say they are no closer to finding him. his wallet, i.d., credit cards, cell phone, all found in his room. posters are going up all over providence, looking for anyone who might know what happened to him. police say they are now expanding the search to boston, connecticut, new york, as well as philadelphia. >>> it is now a waiting game, waiting to see the big powerball winner to step forward. we want to know who you are. we know the only winning ticket was sold at eagle liquors passaic, new jersey, and whoever has it will be $338 million richer. we'll wait for the winner and the clock is ticking. >> the winners have one year to come forward. and i think -- i would like to say, it is not unusual that somebody winning a prize this large, whether it is a sole person or a group of people, they often take their time, we don't hear from them right away because they are seeking professional a
at the foundation of society. here is brian brown, president of national organization for marriage. >> i don't think the justices, the majority of the justices are going to want to launch another culture war and are going to respect the right of voters to decide their future to decide something as simple as that it takes a man and woman to make a marriage. >> and the court is doing something it rarely does. it release the audio both tuesday and wednesday sometime each afternoon decisions in both cases due late june. shep? >> shepard: shannon bream in washington. thanks. also debating the big drug company's policy of pay to delay. generic versions of brand name medications. lawyers for consumer groups the american medical association and the feds say the policy cost patients more than $3 billion a year. that's because generic drugs cannable up to 90% cheaper. attorneys for the drug companies claim they spent billions coming up with the medications and they need to get all that money back. a fox urgent now. a magnitude 6.2 earthquake has just struck in guatemala. only about 6 miles to the southeast of
in movies, but thought it was fine that scott brown posed nude in a magazine? i have a different taste in nudity. >> i was against scott brown's nudes. hair-on-fire crazy, but the gift that keeps on getting. >> clint eastwood. >> oscar for the best political convention. >> i will not tackle a legend. i am not going to attack an 80- year-old legend. the guy has done great, great film, i am not going to attack him. i will not attack that. >> tea party. >> harry reid's best friend. thank you for saving the majority in the senate, tea partiers. >> understood. >> reagan. >> principles. >> principles and liberals. he was ahead of his time on gay rights. signed amnesty for undocumented workers. reagan was a liberal. >> president barack obama. >> greatest president of the 21st century. obvious. even you have to agree he was better than bush. >> i would say cold, remote, and deeply cynical. >> an easy one -- god >> present in the details. >> god is love. [applause] >> just by luck of the draw, you lead with satan. >> hate. >> the dark lord of good intentions. >> last one -- hugo chavez. >> sata
finally got it right. which means brown bear in his native language. >> yeah. >> brown bear. let me ask you this. >> we've obviously had a pretty good open here. as i can see, the only dow stock negative is coca cola and that is probably on reacting to this report of peltz. >> so peltz comes in and he blows out sales and takes share of coke so therefore we should sell coke? what the heck. >> there's a reason why pepsi changed the 20-ounce bottle design so it would standout on the shelves and it's a new contoured bottom with a different shaped bottle so it's easier to grip. >> what is the number one soft drink in india? >> what is it in india? >> dew. >> mountain dew. do the dew. it's electric over there. >> i should have known that. i was there recently. i didn't have any dew. >> a morning dew. >> on thursdays i have a mountain dew. >> you're talking to the ceo of pepsi, of course, you said that. >> i told her i'm having my weekly morning mountain dew. she said why don't you have a mountain dew every day? i said because mountain dew, that's a treat. i'm trying not to have soft drinks. >
achievement. you get brown v board but you don't necessarily get desegregated schools. >> quite the opposite. >> right. the focus on the legal right, while totally understandable because equal rights under the law seems like a basic starting point for any kind of egalitarian politics. it's a piece. one of the things -- i think that the analogy made to abortion is quite instructive. the energy with ruth bader ginsburg this morning. one of the problems with the way abortion has evolved as an issue was that it was disarticulated from broader reproductive justice issues. so that abortion sort of became like a consumer right that an individual could purchase approximate she could afford it. >> yep. >> other people would lose the right because it wasn't understood as a matter of justice. it was understood as a kind of consumer right. with marriage, the same danger is there. that the legal right to access to marriage as it now exists is kind of the end point. even though we won't get there now, we'll get there eventually. rather than understanding that a broader way of recognizing household and par
the search for a brown university student missing for a week. investigators say the 22-year-old left his apartment without his wallet and cell phone. >>> two georgia teens charged with murdering a toddler are due in court today. the boys stand accused of shooting the 1-month-old baby in his stroller last week after demanding money from his mother. jenna: awful story. jon: just appalling. jenna: cyprus is avoiding bankruptcy with a last minute deal some say may be a template for bailouts to come. european bankers and imf stepping in to save the nation's banking system with a 10 billion euro bailout that is roughly $13 billion in our currency. as part of the deal, this is the key. the local government raising taxes and puttings levies on some bank deposits. greg palkot is live outside parliament in the capitol of cyprus with more. greg? >> reporter: hey, jenna, the folks in cyprus right now are breathing a sigh of relief. they have avoided going under but at a cost. the deal struck with the european union was a tough one. probably why we saw protests here every day we've been here. one big
schwarzenegger, but now governor brown filled the group with his own choices. what is unclear is if the commission is going to leave the current salary structure alone or if they will vote to give themselves all races. and that is your "west coast minute." another landmark for you to become a popular video sharing site has more than a billion people on youtube each month which means the world has been busy watching cute babies and animal videos. cat videos actually just to be clear. the most popular video, here it is, "gangnam style." youtube reached the billion per month milestone five months after facebook did. google owns youtube. $813 per share. down $0.93. keep the music going. tomorrow our "tax pain" series continues. thus u.s. economy need higher taxes? grover norquist will be here to weigh in. he always has something to say. and then we will wrap it up with an expert panel. tweet them. we will be answering your specific questions tomorrow, that is small business, that is personal, anything you need to know, we will help you out tomorrow. dow down 45 points right now. i
security considerations. she is also one of 30 academics contributing to the recent brown university cost of war project, which established the website following these issues. we are very fortunate to have todaysor blimes with us to address this critical and far reaching legacy of the iraq war, a war that administration officials testified at the time would pay for itself. please join me in welcoming professor linder blimes. >> thank you very much for the kind introduction. i am really pleased to be here today at this wonderful institution. as i was preparing for this talk, i was rereading some of the papers written by carnegie endowment scholars in 2002 and 2003, particularly by jessica mathews. they argued compellingly -- they were some of the few voices arguing compellingly other options the u.s. could have pursued -- and enhance inspection process the u.s. could have pursued and allow the quit their jobs. the advice was ignored. there were other voices that called for restraint. a number of voices that suggested the war could cost far more than we had anticipated. typical in the histo
the democratic opportunity to serve as senate leader for 20 years. he was followed at that meeting by ron brown who tragically lost his life in bosnia in a plane crash sometime later. he said about democracy that george mitchell pointed out he came here to this country because of economic reasons and he spoke of democracy in these terms. he said his ancestors came to america not because of economic circumstances but because they were in chains. at the same time democracy gave him the chance to participate in american life and serve it the highest levels of the administration. it was also evident though through the work of president clinton who refused to give up and often referred to be -- peace comes dropping slow and was also evident in the support given to ireland in so many ways by so many people in the senate and on capitol hill and both sides of the island deed in those capital buildings. that piece is as much yours as it is ours because of the environment of all of the united states. we know that america will want to sustain that with ourselves and we are very pleased as president obama
. it is actually ugly, to be honest with you. but we have outgrown it and we have some like 20 entities brown -- something like 20 entities around. be in the capital region, near transportation and to assure that meets our security concerns. are 35nted out there applicants or proposals have been submitted. i'm not sure the timetable. i will have to get back to you on that. >> i have been concerned with the senate language targeted to go to a certain location. people ought to be open, nothing but an integrity. no one i trustly more in the government and then you. essence, the circumstances placeent it to a certain your huffily when you talk to gsa been pending for some time due to a lack of funding, specifically the central records complex. can you describe the need for these products -- for these projets? need the extent that we will have to look of moneys from quantico for other funding. we have been something wanted to accomplish for a number of years, to modernize in one place. records are so important to the work we do. i'll have to get back to you on where we are specifically with these
is expected to a be a domestic violence expert. >>> a student at brown university has been missing for more than a week. last seen march 16. he left his apartment without his wallet or cell phone. his family says he has struggled with depression. he was on an appractice offed leave fr approved leave from the school. >>> mayor bloomberg is shelling out $12 million for ads targeting congressional candidates who are against tougher gun alcohcontrol measur. here is the nra's ceo firing back on "meet the press". >> criminals aren't going to be checked. they're not going to do this. the shooters in tucson and aurora and newtown, they're not going to be checked. >> la papierre said members hav been sending small contributions to send a message to the millionaire that he can't buy america. >> 12 million bucks outside spending, can that make a difference? >> depends on if he targets it and focuses it, it could. but this is a tough issue for people. if the mayor thinks that he's going to spend $12 million to keep people from getting guns, it's just not going to work. >> nra says here you have anti-gu
brown? caller: with no answer given to me. all they're going to do is go after the votes. that is all they care about corbin said the gang of eight will do nothing but go after boats. they will get kind of an amnesty. they should never give them amnesty. they are breaking the law. we get them 1.5 million-2 million people who come across legally every year. isn't that enough? that is all i have to say. thank you. host: joe in maryland. caller: think you for taking my call. historically whenever there are economic issues with this country, it always comes back to immigrants. whether it would have been the chinese or irish -- anyone who might have been an immigrant during economic hardships would for thed -- guilted inability to handle this peered at the true things driving the country and to some serious potential issues are health care-related and defense- related. those are the biggest items on the budget. as far as immigrants are concerned, i was not born here and came to this country. i have enormous respect for people who come to try to make a living here. like the second to last c
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on a straight party-line vote, 60-40 with senator scott brown of massachusetts having been elected on a promise to block and kill the legislation, the american people consistently opposing the legislation, and they were able to ram it through before he could take office and cast the deciding vote. they got the absolute minimum number of votes, 60, to pass this monstrosity. i'm told now the regulations in the bill are six feet high when stacked up. we still have -- haven't seen them. and that legislation was 1,700 references to this section to be effectuated by regulations to be issued by the department. and regulations continue to be pouring out in record numbers, to try to clarify the hundreds, thousands of ambiguities in the bill. people's health insurance, we were told, would go down. that this was going to bend the cost curve to bring health care costs down. we warned that would not happen. who was correct three years ago? health care costs are surging. they're not through surging yet. we're going to have more increases as the health care bill takes effect in january of next year. the avera
of wisconsin 213, brown 455 and scott 597. there be no second-degree amendments in order prior to the votes in relation to these amendments, not withstanding all time having expired and the resolution there be two minutes equally divided prior to each vote, that upon disposition of scott 597 the majority have the next amendment in order. finally all these votes be ten-minute votes. the presiding officer: is there objection? without objection. mrs. murray: madam president, i ask unanimous consent the clerk report en bloc. the presiding officer: without objection, the clerk will report. the clerk: the senator from washington, mrs. murray, proposes amendments en bloc for mrs. mccaskill amendment 366, for mr. johnson of wisconsin amendment number 213, for mr. brown amendment number 455, for mr. scott, amendment numbered 597. mrs. murray: madam president? the presiding officer: the senator from washington. mrs. murray: madam president, i would just add to what the majority leader said. senators have been very good in helping us work through our list on both sides. we'll have some more amendments
them just as that. i yield the remainder of my time to senator brown from ohio. mr. brown: thank you. we ask support of the vitter-brown-corker-pryor amendment. the independent community banks of america are supportive because they know the playing field isn't level. one real quick statistic, 18 years ago, the six biggest u.s. banks had assets equal to 18% of g.d.p. today it's 65% of g.d.p. i ask for your support of the amendment. mrs. murray: mr. president, i don't believe there is any opposition to this amendment. i would ask the senator if we could have a voice vote on this amendment as well. mr. vitter: mr. president, we feel this is an important amendment and ask for the yeas and nays. the presiding officer: is there a sufficient second? at this moment, there is not a sufficient second. there appears to be. the clerk will call the roll. vote: vote: the presiding officer: are there any senators in the chamber wishing to vote or change their vote? if not, the ayes are 99, the nays are zero and the amendment is agreed to. mrs. murray: move to reconsider. lay it on the table. the pr
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